Late Night Snacking Tied To Weight Gain From Sleep Deprivation – Huffington Post

 

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Late Night Snacking Tied To Weight Gain From Sleep Deprivation
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Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania found that in a controlled laboratory setting, people who were restricted from getting any more than four hours of sleep for five nights in a row tended to consume more calories, and gained more weight
Why skimping on sleep could pile on the pounds because it makes you eat moreDaily Mail
Late Bedtimes and Less Sleep May Lead to Weight Gain in Healthy AdultsScience Daily (press release)
Too little sleep may be associated with weight gainExaminer.com
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